Interactive events portal launched
The new site is a platform for local initiatives to promote their events and free time facilities, but it can only work if the community makes use of the service, said Delia at the launch.
“With this new website we have created a platform not only for the people in Namibia but also for people visiting our country, besides the safari tourists there are numerous people coming for business, conferences and sports events, therefore these people want to know what they can do while in Windhoek and WhatsON Windhoek caters for that,” said Delia.
Delia emphasised that the website does not only cater for events but also for permanent facilities like sport clubs, museums, recreation areas, playgrounds and sun-downer spots, therefore they would like to have all kinds of free time activities listed so that everybody can find something for him or herself
With the new WhatsON website Delia and her team have created a platform not only for the people in Namibia but also for people visiting the country, besides people coming for business, conferences and sport events like the upcoming Junior Squash World Championships.
These people want to know what they can do while in Windhoek, and the new WhatsON website can give them guidance by marketing local initiatives to them.
Delia and her team also organised an event for the public to experience eight Namibian acts which were, the Polytechnic Debating Society, Rock Band Safe 19, the Basketball Artist School, Parlour athlete Adam and PK Nam, poet Blessing Mbonambi, a delegation of Namibia’s best table tennis players, Equipped Dance Academy and the Throne Room Drumming School. The MC of the night was Nunu Namises and Delia and her team also worked with Theo Wormsbaecher, a Web Developer at Smart Move on the website.